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The nomination portal for the summer RBC Arts Access Fund is now open.
Our team is researching the impact of the arts in Toronto and sharing the results with you.
We've gathered key information about the arts in Toronto.
Free arts events. Coming this summer to a Toronto park near you.
Toronto Mayor John Tory is graciously lending the name of the Office of the Mayor to help raise $1 million in support of Toronto Arts Foundation. Join us on November 20, 2017 in support of the arts.
Amanda Tosoff, 2016 Emerging Jazz Artist Award recipient, shares the impact the award has had on her career, what it means to the community and the exciting endeavors that lay ahead.
Arts in the Parks 2017: bringing hundreds of arts events to parks in every corner of the city, from Etobicoke, to North York, the downtown core, to Scarborough, with a special emphasis on underserved areas.
In the summer of 2015, we re-visited St. James Town and spoke with resident and artist Poonam Sharma.
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Greenwin has made accessing event information easier as Arts in the Parks’ Digital Sponsor.
The Rossy Family Foundation, Community Sponsor of Arts in the Parks, understands the benefit to communities in providing free access to the arts.
CIBC's partnership with Toronto Arts Foundation supports two programs: the Get on Board Program and the Mayor's Arts Lunch.
RBC's partnership with Toronto Arts Foundation provides newcomer artists with micro-awards, mentorships and entrepreneurial workshops.
Richard Paquet is a proud donor, arts supporter, Board Member, and the Individual Committee Chair for the Toronto Arts Foundation. We asked Richard to share with us some of the reasons why he believes the arts are vital to both Toronto and to the larger global community.
Laurence and Judy Siegel recently bestowed a financial gift to the Toronto Arts Foundation, to celebrate the honourees of the Emerging Artist Award.